The Day of the Dead in Mexico, a multi-day celebration that starts at the end of October and extends through the first few days of November, is a country-wide holiday and one of Mexico’s most meaningful, symbolic and beautiful traditions, proclaimed Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.
Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos), celebrated from 31 October into the first days of November, is a holiday throughout Mexico and one of the country’s most beautiful traditions. It’s important to note that UNESCO recognizes this day as Intangible Cultural Heritage, as well as serving as an activity uniting all communities.
One of the most desired goals at the beginning of a new year is to travel, since getting to know new destinations and having maravillosas experiences is something everyone wishes for.
The Caribbean is undoubtedly one of the most popular destinations for tourists around the world because of its fine white sand beaches, turquoise sea and natural vegetation that together make them the perfect places to take a vacation.
The Day of the Dead is not a time to mourn but to celebrate life after death.
Mexico is full of diverse, abundant cultural wealth and occasionally different from the rest of Latin America. This is the case of the celebration of the Day of the Dead, becoming known throughout the continents, because of the way Mexicans remember and celebrate the departure of their loved ones.
The Riviera Maya is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. This place has it all: More than 120 kilometers of coastline with idyllic beaches, a remarkable Mayan cultural legacy, exquisite cuisine, a vibrant nightlife, unrivalled nature and a wide range of water sports.